Is trying to stop online piracy a waste of time? - Truthloader LIVE debate




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Streamed live on Jan 24, 2013

Napster launched in 1999, it is now 2013 and the cat of Piracy is still not back in the bag. So is it possible to stop piracy or is it a waste of time? If it's not possible, what does the future of intellectual property look like? Are we en-route to a brave new world?

Joining us to discuss all of these topics and more were the following guests:

- Joe Karaganis, vice-president of The American Assembly at Colombia University http://piracy.americanassembly.org/

- Stuart St Paul, an award-winning filmmaker and stunt coordinator www.youtube.com/user/bulaquo

- Jim Killock, director of the Open Rights Group http://www.openrightsgroup.org/

- Richard Mollet, CEO of the Publishers Association and chair of the Alliance for Intellectual Property http://www.publishers.org.uk/

- Harry Percival, press officer for the Pirate Party UK http://www.pirateparty.org.uk/

- Damian Harris, music producer and founder of Skint Records https://twitter.com/generalisation

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